Practice sessions proved to be a learning experience for the race team, with both Nick and BJR finding things that did and didn’t work for the car. These learnings would help align their overall strategy going into Saturdays elimination style qualifying sessions.
““The new qualifying format tomorrow will provide its share of challenges for the teams and drivers as it’s something new for everyone. I’m excited to see how it goes. “ - Nick Percat
The racing commodore gained ground in the elimination style qualifying sessions, resulting in Nick moving forward in positions. The race proved to highlight the cars strengths, leaving the team feeling confident for the 200km race.
Sundays 200km race saw Nick score his first ever top ten Symmons result in a Supercar this round, driving the Blackwoods Commodore from 17th to 9th, one of the biggest movers in Sunday’s race.
Now it's back to the bays to regroup and prep for the next round of racing.
|Practice one||Position: 19th – 51.5164s|
|Practice two||Position: 22nd – 51.0687s|
|120 km / 50 laps||Finished: 12th|
|200 km / 84 laps||Finished: 9th|